RG24seven has rolled-out a partnership with the National Indian Gaming Association relating to the provision of tribal specific, video-based, responsible gaming training to its members.
This comes after the video-based responsible gaming training platform recently announced its introduction, as well as outlining a vision to provide a range of safer gambling training while giving back to partners for research and prevention initiatives.
Ernie Stevens, Jr., chairman at the National Indian Gaming Association, commented, “We are proud to be taking a proactive stance on responsible gaming and we are partnering with RG24seven to do this.
“Education and training of our tribal employees is a critical component of our responsible gaming strategy and we are encouraging all members to provide this important training to their employees.”
Furthermore, Jodi DiLascio has also been welcomed to the ever growing RG24seven team, joining the group after spending ten years leading BMM Testlabs’ tribal gaming division.
DiLascio will focus on providing RG24seven’s compliance-grade virtual training to tribal gaming enterprises, as well as looking to elevate their own responsible gaming programs as they move into new gaming verticals such as sports betting, mobile and cashless wagering.
DiLascio stated: “We are thrilled to partner with the National Indian Gaming Association to not only provide responsible gaming training to their members, but also to be able to contribute to their mission. I look forward to working with the National Indian Gaming Association members to provide this important industry training.”
This latest collaboration follows a collaboration inked last week with GVC Holdings, which sees the firm provide responsible gaming training for US staff.
Wendy Anderson, CEO RG24seven, added on the group’s latest partnership: “I’m so pleased to welcome Jodi DiLascio to our RG24seven team. Jodi’s knowledge of Tribal gaming is second to none and she is an absolute pleasure to work with. It’s also a tremendous honour to be able to serve the National Indian Gaming Association through responsible gaming training.”